Simple Web calendar

I am looking for a simple web calendar interfact with a simple event
scheduler. I went through event_calender, google api, ical etc but could
not understand the placement of plugin (which directory in rails main)
etc. I never could even generate a calendar.

Somebody help
venkat

On 17 May 2013 15:10, Venkataraman KS [email protected] wrote:

I am looking for a simple web calendar interfact with a simple event
scheduler. I went through event_calender, google api, ical etc but could
not understand the placement of plugin (which directory in rails main)
etc. I never could even generate a calendar.

Did you follow the instructions on
https://github.com/elevation/event_calendar?
You don’t have to put it anywhere, just follow the instructions given
for Rails 2 or Rails 3.

Colin

I have gone through earlier. I get plugin not found. So I downloaded the
zip file from github. However, I am not aware of the placement of files
in the rails directory like app vendor lib etc. Hence I am not able to
generate

Hope u understand
venkat

On 17 May 2013 15:38, Venkataraman KS [email protected] wrote:

I have gone through earlier. I get plugin not found. So I downloaded the
zip file from github. However, I am not aware of the placement of files
in the rails directory like app vendor lib etc. Hence I am not able to
generate

Please remember to quote the previous message so that it is easier to
follow the thread. This is a mailing list not a forum (though you may
be accessing it via a forum-like interface. Thanks.

Follow the instructions on https://github.com/elevation/event_calendar
and if it does not work then come back and show us what went wrong.
Also tell us which version of rails you are using.

Colin

Are you using Rails 2 or 3? The plugin system is deprecated for Rails 3.
You need to add it to your gemfile. run bundle install and then follow
the
rest of the instructions.

If you want something simpler for just displaying events though, you can
use https://github.com/watu/table_builder there’s a great rails cast on
how
to do that here: http://railscasts.com/episodes/213-calendars